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Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by REStracTORATION, Jun 8, 2016.

  1. SMID

    SMID Member

    Location:
    Sorn Ayrshire
    Do you rub any of the primer down or straight on with the Stoneleigh grey? am away to throw the toys out the pram its looking better than mine already :LOL:
     
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  2. Yes we rub it down after primer it lets the coat flat out better
     
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  3. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    I rub down between coats of primer, do I need to?
     
  4. John 1594

    John 1594 Member

    Location:
    Cambridgeshire
    Bit impratical rubbing an entire chassis down...tedious in fact

    wheel centers and large flat surfaces yes, rub down, but i wouldnt bust my bollocks to rub and entire chassis down to make it look shinier than it did when it was new
     
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  5. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Yes rub down, just the flat bits you are going to try and get a "finish" on ..............
    But if its flat at all, you'll always see something to rub, even if its only a bit of dust.
    2 pack primer is extremely easy to flatten, the dust cant be good.
     
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  6. As you paint in an open fronted shed id be more worried about the flies doing backstroke in your perfect factory finish that you stride yourself to acheive everytime
    This time your are wrong

    As we paint that much in 1 go and 2 coats of high build the over spray can settle on the chassis
    So a simple rub over removes the over spray and thus keys the surface aswell because we aint painting a wet on wet its simple really no hard ship just crack on stop moaning and get it done

    2k primer is so easy to rub down as that is what its made for why use 2k and not use it for what its deigned for change the tune will you.
     
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  7. Only if its dryed for a day say, you have to key the primer up for the top coat to bite

    But wet on wet neednt bother as the thinners will provide the bond you need
     
  8. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    Yes it's dry, I heated the paint instead of using thinner
     
  9. A few more with grey on get her out today onto the lift an built up 20170110_082824.jpg 20170110_082832.jpg 20170110_082844.jpg 20170110_082912.jpg 20170110_082852.jpg
     
  10. Gator

    Gator Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
  11. John 1594

    John 1594 Member

    Location:
    Cambridgeshire

    Over spray :ROFLMAO:

    you want to learn to spray properly by the sound of it, or are you another one of those who likes to hear the compressor running flat out all day....

    you dont need 45lb at the end of the gun to make a decent job, you see these lads spraying in a huge cloud of paint mist, all they are doing is costing themselves money

    wasting paint, wasting electric


    If i could afford your prices id send the 1490 down. Il like to see you rub every sqaure inch of the chassis down with a bit of scotchbrite, and i mean all of it, underneath, pipes, the lot. I might even time you doing it...chances are it would change your views about rubbing down being easy
     
  12. Gator

    Gator Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
  13. For your information there is something called blow past so that creates over spray mr perfect!!!
    And we strip everything the skid units so rubbing the whole skid is easier its quite simple really so if i have to explain that, then you aint all you crack your self up to be

    Anyway stop slandering on my thread your the reason why most geuine people stop replying to threads

    We must be doing something right though john as we have 14 full jobs in so in my eyes people are happy with our finish
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  14. opininionated

    opininionated Member

    Where is your thread detailing your workmanship? It's easy to criticise, can you walk the walk or do you just talk the talk?
     
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  15. Lincsman

    Lincsman Member

    Location:
    Lincolnshire
    Unless you can set the spray pattern to cover say a link arm without any missing it you get over spray, you will be telling us next your sprayer only coats the wheat leafs and none hits the ground?
     
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  16. Looking good @REStractorATION keep up the good work (y) don't overspray now ;) will look forward to the finished article
     
  17. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Well Thomas ............. ;)
     
  18. Still haven't looked near it :oops: and think I'm goin to a wake tonight so won't be near it tonight :ROFLMAO:
     
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  19. two-cylinder

    two-cylinder Member

    Location:
    Cambridge
    Looking good :cool:
    Reminds me of when I sprayed our 65 -20 years ago!

    What size nozzle do you prefer Restractoration?
     
  20. A few more of today got the 65 out onto the lift and a few bits put back on 20170110_171324.jpg 20170110_171339.jpg ´┐╝also had a change and these got painted aswell
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    Taking shape now, should get chance to remove tyres and blast wheels and weld the rotted areas on them tomorrow aswell as fit some parts to her
     

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